Inspirations From the Ecological Views in the Literary Creation of Rasputin

Jie GAO

Abstract


In the 21st century, vast amounts of haze shroud the blue planet on which we live; the global ecological crisis is becoming increasingly severe. Concerns over ecological issues were raised as early as in the literary works of the Russian writer Rasputin, who pointed out that if we humans wish to live a good and comfortable life, we need to cherish the natural environment, cherish this blue planet of ours, and live in harmony with nature. Return to nature, for to cherish nature is to cherish ourselves. Otherwise, we humans will be lost and be punished by nature.

Keywords


Rasputin; Creation; Return; Inspiration

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References


Liang, K. (2003). Tendency toward eschatology in contemporary Russian ecological philosophy and ecological literature. Foreign Literature Review, 3.

Yu, P., et al. (2001). Slav civilization. China Social Sciences Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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